The snowstorm that has swept through California is a result of the National Weather Service’s forecasts for the state and the state’s snowfall.
But the snowstorm will likely also be a result, in part, of the massive amounts of water vapor accumulating on the East Coast due to global warming.
According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC) has projected that a snow storm is likely to occur in the central United States on Friday.
That storm will cause significant flooding, according to the NSIDC, with significant amounts of snow.
According the NWS, the main cause of this storm is global warming, with global temperatures rising as much as 0.8 degrees Fahrenheit (0.9 Celsius) over the past decade.
And that increase in temperature will lead to an increase in precipitation, which will result in the snow falling in the areas that get most snow.
The storm will also cause significant ice cover in the regions that get the most snow, with more ice in those areas.
In the meantime, the snow has already begun to accumulate on the West Coast.
In fact, it is already starting to melt.
In California, the Sierra Nevada snowpack is estimated to have been cut in half.
That has led to significant amounts in snowfall in many parts of the state, with many communities experiencing significant snowfalls.
In New England, the region has already received over 100 inches of snow, the state has received nearly 40 inches of it, and there have been reports of as much of as 12 inches of rain.
As of Sunday, there were approximately 7.6 million people in the area with snowfall totals that exceeded the state average, according the NSIDs data.
In comparison, about 1.3 million people were in the state with snow totals that were under 1 inch.